Marine Debris and Plastics Links

Beach Clean Ups 

Fishing Gear Recovery
NFWF Fishing For Energy
NOAA Marine Debris Program
Orly Genger, Artist
Gulf of Maine Lobster Foundation
Net Your Problem

5 Gyres Institute
From The Bow Seat
Balloons Blow
Mass Green Network
Ocean Conservancy
Plastic Oceans
The Rozalia Project
Shore Things: What we leave behind at the beach (WCVB Boston)
The Sunday Journal: Interview with Laura Ludwig (Cape Cod Broadcasting)

Recent Press
CCS Teams Scour Half a Ton of Trash From Back Shore (Provincetown Independent, 10/6/21)
An Afternoon with the Sirens of 114 Central Avenue (The Cornell Daily Sun, 10/4/21)
Marine Debris: A Data Story (Lower Cape TV, 11/22/21)

In April 2020, 163 organizations (including CCS), companies, and public officials signed the THIS LETTER generated by the organization Upstream Solutions, respectfully requesting the US Dept. of Health and Human Services to dismiss calls by the Plastics Industry Association to promote single-use plastic products as safer than other materials in response to the pandemic. Their request lacked sound scientific evidence, and marine debris researchers, advocates and stakeholders urged the Director to consider scientific data showing that increasing single-use plastics would not provide added protection against COVID-19 for the US population — and it would accelerate the human health and environmental impacts of climate change and plastic pollution.

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